Offbeat Rabiot went down in flames in the Italian press
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Of all the bad shots of Sunday night against Roma (2-2), did not been spared by the transalpine press on Monday. After a difficult start in Italy, Adrien Rabiot gradually gained his starting stripes at Juve, entering with confidence his second season in Serie A - that of confirmation. Freshly recalled to the French team by a Didier Deschamps who, pragmatic, last month underlined the boy’s rise to Turin, the former Parisian however missed out on his . And on the other side of the Alps, it’s not forgiving! In detail, it is the Gazzetta dello Sport which, through its report card, is the most severe. The sports daily compared the disastrous performance of Adrien Rabiot with that, sparkling, of Jordan Veretout, author of a double in favor of the Giallorossi. “Vererout, creative environment, striker striker, all in one… A real rock! ", We can read in the pink columns before the Rabiot sanction:" Not the worst in the game but at the origin of all the negative situations ... A stop blow after months of progress. "" A match to forget "After causing the penalty for the opening goal in Rome (31st), Adrien Rabiot saw red on a second warning sent in the second period (62nd). “A match to forget,” Tuttosport sums up indulgently. Corriere dello Sport being much less magnanimous: "He has few ideas in the game and everything is so nebulous that after an hour, he takes a second stupid yellow card for a gross foul in midfield ..." When the Italian press shoots red balls.
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With Ilves, Valimaki will be able to get used to playing the major minutes that the Flames may expect of him this coming season. A relatively young team, Ilves has just a handful of players who are considerably older than 21-year-old Valimaki. They have also not received anyone on loan from the NHL prior to Valimaki outside of a trio of prospects — Lassi Thomson, Arrtu Ruotsalainen and Lukas Dostal — who were on loan all of last season as well. Valimaki will have a chance to take on a key role for the team and should be ready to go once he is recalled by Calgary.